Brasfield & Gorrie recently completed a master-planned vertical expansion project at Medical City Dallas, in Texas, as well as extensive renovations to the hospital. In addition, the company recently began a 161,500-square-foot vertical expansion of Tower D to house Medical City’s new Women’s Hospital.
The recently completed master plan expansion included a seven-story, 206,400-square-foot vertical addition and a 65,200-square-foot interior renovation.
Parking Garage – The new 250,000-square-foot parking garage structure serves the expanding Medical City Dallas Building D. Formerly a surface parking lot, this six-level garage is exposed on each direction with one floor partially below ground level.
The structure is constructed out of cast-in-place reinforced concrete slabs, ramps, beams, and exterior wall panels to match the existing garages around the campus. It also incorporates two exposed concrete stairwells and a CMU elevator shaft which houses two electric traction machine room-less elevators.
Each parking level is approximately 42,000 square feet and can accommodate a total of 752 vehicles including 16 handicapped spaces and two spaces with electric charging stations. The scope also included revamped landscape work on adjacent sides and accesses, and a new sidewalk connecting the parking garage to the adjacent buildings.